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Markwell: I adopted this cache in September of 2003 with great hopes of replacing it. I have made two separate visits to the area approaching from the Batavia Road entrance. Both times I have not felt comfortable with the eyes of the guard at the gate watching me intently to see just what I was going to do. I haven't officially asked if it is OK to hike in this area, but given the terror state as “ORANGE” for quite some time, my guess is that any cacher would be stopped, and an ammo box would be seized.

As much as I regret doing this, I'm afraid as the adopter of the cache I'll have to archive it. I may reconsider this in the springtime, but for now, it has had a good life and many good finds.



A cache by Bryan Midgley Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 12/9/2000
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This cache is relatively easy to get to. It is about 0.6 miles to the cache from the nearest road. My wife and 2 kids placed it in Fermi Lab. Fermi lab is between Warrenville and Batavia, IL. You want to enter Fermi from the east entrance (Warrenville) and park at the entrance. There is a camera. Please take a photo of yourself(s) and place it back in the cache. The cache contains a lot of goodies.

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Bryan Midgley

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